While working on the French T list a few issue came up that we should discuss:
1. "Actualisation", example: WWI memorials
it was reported recently, that the number of proposed sites were reduced. I found this document with a detailed list on the candidature website:http://verdun-meuse.fr/images/pages/Dossierfinalseptembre11.pdf
In this case I would suggest to take the more recent list instead of the subsites listed on the official UNESCO entry
2. "Guess", example: Carnac
No locations are specified on the T list entry. It is quite sure that the Carnac alignements will be the part of the nomination, but also that there will be other sites. The candidature website lists about 30 locations, but I doubt that all of them will be part of the final nomination. http://www.megalithes-morbihan.com/sites.html
So three options:
a. set a pin only on the alignements (and eventually provide a link to the above mentioned website similar to the "official websites" for WHS)
b. add a few more, e.g. those I mentioned in my review http://www.worldheritagesite.org/sites/twhs.php?id=224
c. include all from the candidature website
I would suggest a.
3. "Guess", example: Ensemble de grottes à concrétions du Sud de la France
No information on the T list entry. It has been nominated twice, but was withdrawn twice. I found an old article which specified 18 caves. I think it is unlikely that the site will ever be inscribed. So, should we leave it empty, include all 18 or only a few that are open to the public (e.g. Aven d'Orgnac, very popular with tourists)?http://www.tourmag.com/Les-concretions-des-grottes-francaises-bientot-classees-au-Pat rimoine-Mondial_a13586.html
4. example: Les villes bastionnées des Pays-Bas du nord-ouest de l'Europe
Similar to no. 3. No chance for inscription, I guess, and no information on locations. But there are some "guesses": Le Quesnoy, Gravelines. So: leave empty?
I'm looking forward to your comments. France and Austria are almost finished, but surprisingly the weather is nice in Graz today, so I will do some outdoor activities and send my list tomorrow.